COVID-19 Vaccine and Immune Response - "Quantitative" Antibody Home Blood Testing kit

£59.99 Home Testing Kit Unavailable
Did your vaccine work? This laboratory home testing kit can check your immune systems response to vaccinatons and past infections of COVID-19.  

• Test your immune system for COVID-19 Antibodies
• Easy-to-use kit with everything you need
• Free postage
• Results in as little as 48 hours.

It is important to note that blood tests alone are not a substitute for seeing a doctor, particularly if you have any symptoms. You should not make a diagnosis or start any treatment without a consultation with a doctor or suitably trained healthcare professional.
One in 100 people do not produce antibodies against their vaccine and not developing antibodies against the virus has been linked to increased hospitalisation and serious illness. Recent research has shown that the early immune response in people who have been vaccinated for COVID-19 can predict the level of protection they will have to the virus over time and potentially your body's efficacy to combat viral variants responsible for the majority of new Covid-19 cases in the UK.

This home finger-prick test is designed to evaluate your immune states with a quantiative measurement of IgG antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. 

The older IgG and IgM antibody tests checked if you had antibodies in your system from being infected with Covid-19 in the past.

With this new quantitative test – produced by the world's leading laboratory diagnostics provider – you will know if you have had Covid-19; and if your vaccination has worked. You will also get an accurate measure of by how much your immune system has responded. This is a great improvement and gives you much more useful information than was previously available to us.

Your sample will be analysed for the actual level of IgG antibodies in your body. If you receive a positive result, this is because the test detected an AU/ml level of above 50 units, which can be taken to confirm that you have been either been exposed to coronavirus or that your body has produced an immune response to your vaccination.
Your testing kit will include:
  • An introduction letter with instructions
  • A blood collection tube
  • Multiple lancets
  • A test request form
  • A blood tube holder
  • A biohazard plastic bag
  • A prepaid tracked return envelope
This test is best taken at least seven days after your initial coronavirus infection or vaccination. Your levels are likely are to continue to rise up to 15 days when it is 99.4% sensitive in confirming your exposure to the spike protein of the virus.
It is not yet known how long antibodies last, as research into this is ongoing. There is evidence that people's immune response to infection drops off significantly over 6-9 months. It is as yet unknown how long your IgG levels remain high after vaccination. This test will be a very valuable tool in helping scientists to monitor this.
No, this test will only determine whether your body produced IgG antibodies in your blood which occur over 7 (and for best results at least 15) days after a Covid-19 infection or a vaccination.
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